The Lighthouse Theatre was at full capacity this week as hundreds of dancers from across the state competed in the City of Warrnambool Dance Eisteddfod.
Over 1300 competitors from ages six - 25 years travelled to the south-west for the annual eisteddfod.
The competition, which finishes on Sunday, is a chance for dancers of almost every category to be critiqued by adjudicator Wendy Dalton, who has over 30 years of industry knowledge.
Each day the formalities kick off from 9am until 11pm where dancers performing in an array of categories from classical ballet to hip-hop and Broadway to funk.
Service manager of the Lighthouse Theatre Xavier Dannock said the eisteddfod was a fantastic event for the theatre and the community.
"It's one of our biggest weeks of the year here as we have hundreds of people coming through our doors," he said.
"It's great to host such a large event in the community which makes a significant injection into the local economy. It's also a great opportunity for dancers to take to a professional stage and compete under a professional adjudicator."
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